Apollo Club of Boston in Concert

The Men's Glee Club is back for its annual concert of folk songs, love songs, show tunes, classical music, and more.

Voices are sometimes raised at town hall, but on Sunday, June 12 in Nahant, the gentlemen of the Apollo Club of Boston will only raise them in song, as they have for 145 years.

As the second-oldest men’s song group in the country, the Apollo Club is made up of business and professional men who serenade with folk songs, love songs, show tunes, sea chanteys, and selections from classical and semi-classical music. The concert will close with the singing of the “Nahant Hymn,” written in 1990 by Nahanters John Dineen and Robert Risch. 

Admission to the 3:00 concert will be by donation to the Friends of Nahant Public Library. The program is being held to honor former Library Director Daniel deStefano and his wife and long-time Friends of the Library member, Robin. Refreshments will be served following the show. For further information, contact Library Director Sharon Hawkes at 781-581-0306 or visit www.apolloclub.org.


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